The article stemmed from a workshop Dr. McDonald, Dr. Stimpert and collegues hosted at the Marine Mammal Conference in 2015 on Career Life Balance in marine mammal science.
Congratulations to recent MLML graduate, Liz Gagneron, of the Biological Oceanography lab and current student, Heather Kramp, of the Ichthyology lab for their new state fellowship positions with California Sea Grant
Read more about the Seagrant fellowships here:
Kristin Walovich, graduate student in the Pacific Shark Research Center here at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, is featured in a Live Science article with her discovery of the second largest species of ghost shark: Hydrolagus erithacus.
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Read Walovich's paper, published in Zootaxa, here:
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories is featured in the Fall-Winter 2016 issue of The Washington Square, San Jose State University's alumni magazine. MLML was also mentioned in the message from President Mary Papazian in this issue.
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Dr. Ross Clark of the Central Coast Wetlands Group discusses king tides in the Monterey Herald!
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The Harbor Seals at Alameda Point have a new floating haul out site to replace the old wooden dock previously used. The floating site is gradually being moved to acclimate the seals to a safe place to rest near the ferry maintenance facility. Dr. Harvey provided insight on float design and location.
Read more about how Harbor Seals Adapt to New Home Afloat: http://alamedasun.com/news/harbor-seals-adapt-new-home-float
Angela Zepp, a third year graduate student in the Phycology lab, has been awarded the prestigious Zale Parry Scholarship. Angela is the Assistant Dive Safety Officer at MLML and is studying Desmarestia ligulata in Stillwater cove.
Angela's award page: http://www.auas-nogi.org/2016-winner
Zale Parry Scholarship website: http://www.auas-nogi.org/scholarships
Come spend the evening at Moss Landing Marine Labs to hear Author David Helvarg speak about his new book The Golden Shore - California's Love Affair with the Sea and the history, culture, and changing nature of California's coasts and ocean. Join us while Helvarg examines how the Pacific has come to define California's economy, lifestyle, and adventurous culture. The lecture starts at 7:00pm and will be in the main seminar room. Recommended donations for non-friends of MLML is $8.
MLML Research Affiliate Dr. Ross Clark is again featured in the Santa Cruz Sentinel. This time he asks why restoring wetlands makes sense.
Read the full article here: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/article/NE/20160901/FEATURES/160909987#...